Laura Davies Wins the Ladies Senior LPGA Tournament at French Lick $200,000 raised for Riley Children’s Foundation!

French Lick (NNDC) – There’s no doubt who the best senior woman golfer was in this first historic first year. England’s Dame Laura Davies won both the U.S. Senior Women’s Open and the Senior LPGA Championship convincingly.

Davies was as dominant in the Senior LPGA as she was in the Open, played in July at Chicago Golf Club. Davies won that one by a whopping 10 strokes. She was a wire to wire winner in the Senior LPGA, which concluded on Wednesday on the Pete Dye Course here.

It was a beautiful day and the crowd really enjoyed the play of these ladies on the Pete Dye Course.

 

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$200,000 was raised for the Riley Children’s Foundation and will be put to good use serving children and their families many from right here in Indiana.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Laura Davies is presented her Trophy and Prize money for winning the Tournament to the right is Steve Ferguson Chairman of Cook Group.

“It was a real victory for me,’’ said Davies, who won her 87th tournament world-wide with an 8-under-par 208 score for the 54 holes. “I played OK here before but never strung three rounds together.’’
Defending champion Trish Johnson posted her third straight 73 and finished sixth. Juli Inkster, runner-up to Davies in the Senior Open, bounced back from a second-round 80 to shoot 73 and finish in a tie for 12th.

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